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November 21, 2017

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Aalto’s new programme bags almost EUR 3 million

The European Commission has granted 2.9 million-euro funding for Aalto University’s master’s programme in Security and Cloud Computing (SECCLO).
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TinyApp finds funders for early education

Finnish startup specialising in mobile early childhood education services has gathered a total of 160 000 euros in a seed funding round.
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Skaala joins the International Window Network

Finland’s second-largest window and door manufacturer, family-held Skaala Group, has sold 80 per cent of its shares to the Austrian-based International Window Network (IFN Group) consortium.
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Paroc Group deal reached at EUR 900 million

Finland-based Paroc Group is set to be acquired by Fortune 500 company Owens Corning, from its current owner CVC Capital Partners, for an enterprise value of approximately 900 million euros.
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Teleste takes over German iqu Systems

Through the acquisition, Teleste strengthens its offering of passenger information solutions for the public transport industry.
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Teleste takes over German iqu Systems

Through the acquisition, Teleste strengthens its offering of passenger information solutions for the public transport industry.
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Nexstim goes commercial with new funding

Medical technology company Nexstim is raising 1.75 million euros in equity financing via a directed issue of new shares to a UK-based fund.
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Lappeenranta looks to revolutionise construction

The Finnish City of Lappeenranta has obtained 3.4 million euros in EU-funding to use for the development of a 3D-printable replacement material for concrete and a new kind of cityscape.
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